Please stop posting pictures of disfigured feet on your Blogs.
While I may not comment very often, I really do enjoy reading your Blogs.
After work, and after the evening news, I often like to settle down in front of a hot roaring computer and visit my favorite endurance Blogs.
There is nothing better than snuggling up next to a great read about this or that race, or this or that daily endurance adventure.
But all too often when I turn the web page by the warm glow of the computer screen...I get the shock of my life!
A hideous disfigured photo of a foot, with blisters, calluses, missing toe nails, dead skin, dry skin, bruises, ugly patches, and furry splotches.
Over the laster several years I've seen it all.
And I have to be honest here folks. If I wanted to see images of running war wounds I would have gone to medical school and studied Podiatry.
Really I have no interest, zero, zip, non-what-so ever in seeing battered feet.
I can barely look at my own feet after a grueling marathon. I don't need graphic and vivid reminders of what running will do to them next time I go long.
So please folks, I'm sure there are plenty of foot fetish web sites that would really appreciate (if not pay for) these images of battle damaged feet, but not me.
I guess what I'm saying is that while I may enjoy sausage, I really don't want to see how it is made.
Thanks for listening!